The Y in Central Maryland is pleased to announce the formation of the Parkville/Perry Hall Community Leadership Board. The new board will promote and support the Y’s mission and programs in the local community, and raise funds to support the Y’s community outreach activities and scholarship programs. William Jenne, Jason Plotkin, Craig Reed and Mussawwir Sterrett will join the Board as its first members.
William Jenne, Jason Plotkin, Craig Reed and Mussawwir Sterrett
Jenne works as a commercial banker at the Chesapeake Bank of Maryland. He spent several years in the economic development field, managing the Carroll County Office of Economic Development and Tourism before transitioning into the commercial banking field in 1994. In addition to his new position on the Community Leadership Board, Jenne also serves on the Y’s Finance Committee. He graduated from McDaniel College where he received a Bachelor of Arts in political science and international studies. He is currently working toward a Master of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore.
Plotkin is a partner at The Pinder Plotkin Legal Team, a general practice law firm in Parkville. He also serves as the president of the Parkville-Carney Business Association, Inc. In 2016, Plotkin was included on The Daily Record’s “VIP List: Successful Under 40” and was named a Baltimore SmartCEO “Centers of Influence Award” honoree.
Reed is the principal of Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts in Dundalk. He began his teaching career at Patterson High School in Baltimore after serving six years in the New Jersey Army National Guard. He joined Patapsco in 2009 as an assistant principal, becoming principal in 2013. Reed earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Rutgers University, and a Master of Arts in Teaching in social studies and a Graduate Certificate in administration and supervision from Johns Hopkins University.
Sterrett is the general manager of Custom Runs Technology and A/V, a biology and electronic security firm in Baltimore. He has more than 15 years of experience consulting and supporting businesses with computer-related projects. He is also an active member of the Baltimore community, serving as a member of the Chamber of Commerce and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, as well as volunteering his time mentoring youth at local outreach centers. Sterrett graduated from Towson University where he received a bachelor’s degree in information systems. He also holds multiple technology certifications.
The Y in Central Maryland is a charitable organization dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
At the Y, we are committed to providing family-oriented, affordable, high quality programs.
A cause driven organization with three areas of vital focus:
- For Youth Development: nurturing the potential of every child and teen
- For Healthy Living: improving our community’s health & well-being
- For Social Responsibility: giving back and providing support for our neighbors
The Y is a place for everyone. People of all races, ages, faiths, gender, abilities, backgrounds and incomes are welcome and financial assistance on a sliding scale is available to those who would otherwise be unable to participate.
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More information can be found at www.ymaryland.org.